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Title: Turn Around (Three Times Before Lying Down)
Characters/Pairings: Steve/Tony, Clint/Coulson, Thor/Jane, Team
Summary:Everyone knows that Tony Stark is a playboy, billionaire philanthropist, but what they don’t know is that he’s also a werewolf. When a government agency known as SHIELD finds out, they use this information to force Tony’s hand and bring him into a new elite lycan field team, codename The Avengers Initiative.
Suddenly Tony finds himself playing host to a bunch of lycans, a misplaced God of Thunder and an experimental supersoldier that isn’t as dead as everyone assumed. Can his week get any worse?
Title: I Now Pronounce You Husband and... Tony
Type: AU, slash, romance (romcom?)
Characters/Pairings: Steve/Tony, Bucky/Natasha
Summary: Tony's father has died, but has left him one final demand: that he must get married. (If he doesn't, no fortune for him.) Tony only really trusts one person to fake-marry. Steve is proposed, and so it begins.
Title: The Flip Side
Characters/Pairings: Darcy Lewis, Loki, Jane Foster, Thor, Odin, Clint Barton, Natasha Romanoff, Nick Fury, other Avengers; pairings: Darcy/Loki, some Darcy/Clint, Loki/Clint, Thor/Jane
Warnings: gore, dubious consent, possession, manipulation
Summary: As punishment for his crimes, Odin destroys Loki's body and decides to imprison him for thousands of years. But in the last moment, Loki escapes as a spirit and travels to Midgard to look for a suitable human host. Deciding on Darcy Lewis, Loki plans to use her ties to Jane Foster and Thor to retrieve his original body back, only the spunky human girl with a penchant for tasers doesn't make it easy for him. Loki matches Darcy's stubbornness with tricks of his own, but in the end neither one expects just how much they need each other beyond sharing a body.
Title: I will ask you to open my door from your side
Type: Movie AU (romantic comedy)
Characters/Pairings: Clint Barton/Phil Coulson, Phil Coulson/Pepper Potts, past one-sided Steve Rogers/Peggy Carter
Warnings: alternative universe
Summary: When Phil Coulson decides to give the new mechanic Tony found a chance to work on his vintage Mustang, he could never have imagined that it would lead to so much more than a restoration job.
Phil's car is firetruck red and it's his pride and joy. He'd tried doing some work on it himself, but he's far from a professional in ways that aren't running Tony Stark's company with his girlfriend, Pepper Potts. So he decides to trust Steve Roger's garage with it, and their supernaturally gifted restorer, Clint Barton. In the process of getting the car back to its former glory Phil and Clint find something more, something worth uprooting Phil's sedate, boring life for.
Title: Eliminating the Possible
Type: movie-verse crossover (with Sherlock Holmes 2009 set in the modern time)
Characters/Pairings: Tony Stark/Sherlock Holmes, Steve Rogers, background John Watson and other Avengers + Loki
Warnings: Slash, non-graphic violence, kidnapping
Summary: Loki's latest bit of mischief during a fight strands Tony and Steve in London. Fortunately (or not so fortunately for the sanity of everyone involved) they don't just land anywhere in London, but in 221B Baker Street - much to the occupants' surprise (on John's part) and fascination (on Sherlock's part). Much confusion as to Tony's look-a-like abounds, but before things are properly sorted out he and Sherlock are kidnapped by Tony's business rival Justin Hammer, who wants to get his hands on the plans for the Iron man armor.
During their short captivity Tony and Sherlock nevertheless grow closer, the beginnings of an attraction forming, so that Sherlock agrees to returning to New York with the Avengers, who come to the rescue after they already freed themselves. In the meantime Loki has turned himself in to the Avengers with yet undiscovered reasons, and is held captive. Slowly realizing that he might be feeling more than just an attraction for Sherlock, Tony confronts Loki about his reasons for sending them to London. The Norse God proves unhelpful in answering his questions, so Tony decides to asks Sherlock out on a date anyway, which is then interrupted by an emergency call to assemble.
When Tony returns to the mansion after the fight, Loki is just breaking out and Sherlock is missing. He descends into guilt-ridden brooding, thinking that the detective's association with him got him killed, but Sherlock turns up safe the day after. Having decided that he is bad for Sherlock, Tony avoids him for days, but the detective finally confronts him about his behaviour down in the workshop. Feelings are worked out, compromises struck, some sex is had (not described).
Title: slipping through the years
Characters/Pairings: main Steve/Tony, with some Steve/Peggy, Tony/OFC, Tony/OMC and Tony/Pepper
Summary: The plane crash and subsequent ice might have killed him, but that doesn’t mean Steve isn’t still around, haunting those he cares about. And since the only person who can see him is Tony Stark, death sure isn’t going to be boring.
Title: Before The Sun Starts To Burn
Characters/Pairings: Peggy/Natasha, Steve/Bucky
Warnings: no warnings
Summary: In a town where corruption runs rife, there's no shortage of suspects when billionaire businessman Tony Stark discovers his latest weapon designs are missing. His assistant puts him in touch with Peggy Carter, who runs a detective agency with the help of her assistant Darcy. Using her contacts - two of the last good cops left in town, Steve Rogers and his partner Bucky Barnes, and the morally ambiguous Natasha and Clint, who can't decide which side of the law they fall on - Peggy has a new case to solve that might prove her most challenging yet.
Title: the reason you ruminate the shadowy past
Type: Fluffy shmoop.
Summary:So, Captain America effectively manages to cockblock Tony for a year.
It’s not Steve’s fault. Well, actually, it is. But he was just proving a point - that if a superhero is gay, how can it be wrong? He just picked the wrong superhero to make the point with. Tony’s furious, because now America will think they’re dating, and he’s not going to be the guy to break Captain America’s heart.
There’s only one way out. To save face, Tony and Cap have to become fake boyfriends. Steve thinks the “boyfriends” bit will be the hardest to act... but maybe it’s the “fake” part that will be the hardest act of all...
Title: Untitled atm
Characters/Pairings: Avengers, Phil Coulson, Nick Fury, Loki, Pepper Potts, Peggy Carter, Bucky Barnes, Sif, Maria Hill, Jane Foster, Darcy Lewis, Hogun, Fandral, Volstagg. No pairings.
Warnings: References to possible mental/emotional abuse and neglect of a child.
Summary: Modern AU set in a kindergarten classroom where Phil Coulson is the teacher and the Avengers and their friends are the students. This is a series of vignettes, covering their year in kindergarten, from small occurrences during the year, to bigger, more in-depth issues that can come up. Back stories have been changed and tweaked to apply to what you would find a classroom today, drawn from my experience as a teacher in a kindergarten room.
Title: High Voltage
Characters/Pairings: Steve/Thor, with Tony, Clint, Natasha, Bruce, Coulson, Fury, Loki and cameos by Doom, Dr. Strange and some other assorted villains
Warnings: Humiliation, internalized homophobia, violence
Summary: After spending a week in captivity together, Steve and Thor take an interest in one another. Eventually, they work up the courage to begin a relationship in secret. Things go well until Loki outs them to the public out of spite, and suddenly Steve and Thor, as well as the other Avengers, are forced to deal with the political and social ramifications of their relationship.
Title: Every Judas Loved His Jesus
Type: Romance/action/drama movieverse AU
Characters/Pairings: Loki/Steve, most of The Avengers' movie cast and then some, minor OCs.
Warnings: Dub-con, genderswap, mpreg, non-major character death
Summary:This is not a story of how Loki and Steve fall in love. This is Loki and Steve, abandoned in a world they didn't ask for, alone, with nothing to connect them to any thing or person on the planet except for the one thing they have in common: Loki's blood, a Jotun's blood, that once served as the basis for Dr. Erskine's miraculous super-soldier serum and protected Steve through seventy years of ice. This is Loki, hiding his weakness and uncertainty with every lie at his disposal, desperate for purpose, and Steve, just naive enough to fall for the smile of a beautiful woman. It's not love, but it's a lie worth fighting for, up until Loki ends up pregnant, devastates SHIELD headquarters, and makes off with the Tesseract, determined to make his child Midgard's new god. As the tentative captain of Earth's not-yet-mighty Avengers, Steve choses the side of humanity, without giving up hope that he can save Loki from himself and the too-powerful magic of Odin's lost treasure.
Title: In All the World
Type: Movieverse!Au, Sentinel Fusion.
Characters/Pairings:Tony/Steve, Clint/Coulson, James Rhodes, Bruce Banner, Thor Odin-son, Natasha Romanov, Nick Fury, and others.
Warnings: Violence and descriptions thereof. non-explicit m/m sex (eventually).
Summary:In a world where Sentinels, people with five heightened senses, bond mentally and spiritually with Guides, people gifted with empathetic powers, Tony Stark has spent thirty-three years overwhelmed by the emotions of those around him and running from his own. Sentinel Steve Rogers wakes up sixty years out of his own time and struggles to deal with the massive amount of new sensory input while trying to find his footing in a New York very different from the one he knew. When they finally find each other, how will their bond change them? And how will the complicated dynamics between Guides and Sentinels change the Avengers as they struggle to get the initiative off the ground?
Title: Starbucks Can Suck It
Characters/Pairings: Clint centric Clint/Coulson, the entire ensemble as secondary and background characters (including Maria Hill, Darcy, and Fury), but it has quite a bit of Steve/Tony, some Natasha/Bucky, and a small bit of Thor/Loki.
Warnings: AU, gratuitous shirtless Clint (and blatant disrespect of health code law), canon type violence
Summary: Clint is just living his life. He owns his coffee shop, he hangs out with Natasha and Steve and Darcy and ignores that little bit of his heart that tells him he's lonely. But when a foodie comes into his shop and makes it his life goal to pick out his favorite drink on Clint's ridiculously long list of ridiculously titled beverages, Clint falls a little in love. But things keep getting in the way and Coulson keeps getting injured at inopportune moments.
Title: And So It Goes
Characters/Pairings: Clint Barton/Phil Coulson, Steve Rogers/Tony Stark, Steve Rogers/Tony Stark/Bucky Barnes, Thor Odinson/Natasha Romanova
Summary: The Avengers is a moderately successful band, well on its way to becoming a mainstream hit, when guitarist Bruce Banner has to take a sudden leave of absence. Lead singer Clint Barton and the rest of the band have to find a replacement, and Clint thinks that the former guitarist/lead singer for Winter Soldier, Bucky Barnes, is a sure thing. Nobody counted on Bucky knowing Steve, or the strain that might put on Steve's relationship with Tony. On top of that, Bruce reveals that his leave is going to be more permanent than he originally thought just as the band is on the verge of being signed to a major label. It’s no surprise that Clint drowns his sorrows in Billy Joel.
[Note to artist - Clint/Coulson is the main pairing; the Steve/Tony and later OT3 is very much in the background, and the Thor/Natasha is blink-and-you’ll-miss-it.]
Title: Collared (Working Title)
Characters/Pairings: Steve Rogers/Tony Stark
Summary:In a world where everybody is categorized as a dom, sub or switch, Tony Stark has kept the fact that he is a sub a secret his entire life. But with Captain America on the team, it's a battle between his complete and utter attraction towards dom!Steve and the need to keep his sub nature secret from everyone, with SI and his independence on the line.
Title: The Shortest Week
Type: Gen, set in the Movieverse
Characters/Pairings: Tony-centered, also featuring Steve, Thor, and Fury
Warnings: No standard warnings apply, although Tony drinks a lot in this fic if that is a concern for you.
Summary:It doesn’t take Tony long to realize that he’s stuck in a time loop, doomed to relive the same crappy day over and over again. Every day he wakes up hung over—whether or not he drinks—has to deal with giant robots and, even worse, a pissed off Captain America. Tony has to figure out how to stop the cycle before he goes crazy and in the process maybe he and Steve can come to an understanding.
Title: The life and woes of Mister Anthony Edward Stark, inventor extraordinaire
Type: Alternate Universe: Regency Era, Slash
Characters/Pairings: Steve/Tony, Avengers movie ensemble, Janet van Dyne, Carol Danvers, Erik/Charles from XMFC
Warnings: Violence, drug use
Summary: The story in which there are robots that are not imaginary, arranged marriages, lots of steam and tumblers, and useless cravats. Or alternatively, a story in which Mister Anthony Edward Stark grows up from a wannabe mechanic into an inventor extraordinaire, gains a bunch of friends along the way who call themselves Avengers, and gets engaged to someone who is not very happy to be tied to him, but it all eventually ends in happily ever after. Or not, you can never know these things.
Title: Makeouts in the Modern World (will most likely change)
Characters/Pairings: girl!Captain America/Darcy Lewis, Agent Coulson, Tony Stark, other Avengers characters
Warnings: Angst about being gay in the 1940s, stuff about DADT, gay rights and coming out. Not sure if those need warnings, but they might if people have a problem with them?
Summary: Darcy moved to NYC with Jane and after no longer being needed in Jane's lab, finds herself working as one of Coulson's assistants. But when Captain America was found and woke up, and boy was there a lot of excitement about that, SHEILD realized that she was going to have a heck of a culture shock! So Darcy has been assigned to teach Captain America, or Steph, as she's told Darcy to call her, about the modern world and how to fit into it. This results in shenanigans, snarking with Natasha, Tony leering, movie dates and eventual makeouts. There may be proposals later on when they realize they love each other and it's not just a friends with benefits thing. Maybe not. Darcy still hasn't made up her mind about the whole marriage thing, even though it's now legal in NY.
Title: Untitled/in progress
Type: AU, slash, romcom with a good dose of angst thrown in there.
Characters/Pairings: Tony Stark/Steve Rogers, Nick Fury, Obadiah Stane, Bucky (implied Bucky/Pepper), Rhodey, Pepper Potts.
Warnings: Some strong language, violence, angst, emotional abuse.
Summary: Tony Stark has barely had his father's company for two years when the board of directors decide that they are tired of the direction that he is taking the company so they put him on probation until further notice. This, of course, causes Tony to go to a bar to 'distract himself,' but in the process he bumps (literally) into a law student named Steve Rogers, who has recently lost his father and had been 'dragged out' for some fun by his best friend. Law students are allowed to have fun, right? In an effort to 'apologize' for bumping into him, Tony offers to buy them some drinks, but "some" quickly turn into a lot, and somehow they end up in Vegas.
But a man on probation cannot have a quickie marriage, so he manages to convince Steve to stick around until the probation is done with. Especially when Obadiah Stane enters the picture and tries to take the company from Tony. They make such a convincing case in their effort to prove that it hadn't been an accidental marriage that they end up believing their own farce, and an accident that puts Tony's life in danger causes more than just Steve's real feelings to surface.
Title: If Only [working title]
Type: Right now it's gen/buddy/slight adventure fic. Could take a turn into the romantic.
Characters/Pairings: Steve-centric with a focus on his friendships with Coulson, Bruce, and Tony, plus the others featured in the movie-verse.
Summary: Since the group is newly formed, Steve takes it upon himself, with a little nudging from Coulson, to try to get the gang more comfortable around each other - building up teamwork mentality and whatnot. When he sees Cap's efforts actually paying off, Loki decides to throw a curve ball their way by turning Steve back into his pre-serum body. While that doesn't stop Steve from trying to help others and his teammates, there's a deadly price to pay if it goes unchecked for too long.
Type: Preslash, gen-ish kid!fic
Characters/Pairings: Steve Rogers/Tony Stark & Peter Parker
Warnings: none, really; maybe some very very vague references to possible child abuse
Summary: Tony finds a child aboard an abandoned space station and takes it home. Then he panics and runs to Steve. Unfortunately, contrary to popular opinion, Steve isn't that good with children. (Adorable) Chaos ensues. Then there's a kidnapping and also an evil symbiotic alien running amuck. Eventually Steve calls in the team to rescue Peter and Tony, and there's a happy ending with a kiss.
Title: (Tentative) Nursery Rhymes
Type: Kid!Fic + Slash
Characters/Pairings: Charles/Erik, hints of Tony/Steve, Clint, Natasha, Thor, Loki, Bruce, Peter, Agent Coulson, Pepper Potts, Jane, Darcy, possibly a cameo from Logan (X-Men).
Warnings: Gratuitous amounts of cute, slight mentions of child neglect
Summary: You know you work for a secret government agency when the superheros you employ are suddenly children. Literal children.
Coulson takes on the role of Super Nanny. Charles and Erik are accidentally turned into teenagers, with all the hormones and less compunctions, and Maria Hill escapes the madhouse that the Avengers Mansion becomes. Tony just wants to build things like his dad. Loki proves to be just as mischevious, though smaller and less powerful. Thor and Hulk like to smash things while Clint and Natasha shoot toy arrows out of the windows, hitting unknowing passers-by. Peter has to go through teething again only this time he can shoot webs. Steve tries to keep them all from dissolving into madness.
Just an average day for the Avengers.
Title: untitled as yet
Warnings: some violence (consistent with the movies), explicit sex, vague references to Nazism
Summary: For someone he'd hero-worshipped for so long, Steve Rogers in the flesh is a pretty big disappointment. For one thing, he keeps looking at Tony as though he reminds him of someone else, and even if he never says anything, Tony's pretty sure it's his father. A life time of not measuring up to Howard's expectations is more than enough, thank you very much, and he's certainly not going to make an effort to live up to any of Steve's. Steve's pretty clearly failed to live up to his expectations, in any case, and that's not hypocritical at all.
Being thrown back in time and discovering you're your own competition -- well hell, he's always been his own worst enemy, it shouldn't really be a surprise -- and your dad is actually a pretty cool guy, on the other hand... Yeah, that takes some getting used to.
Title: Fixing One (I Break Another)
Type: bromance fic, slash
Characters/Pairings: Thor & Steve friendship; Thor/Loki
Warnings: sort-of-incest (as in, Thor and Loki)?
Summary: The first morning Loki shows up, wandering into the kitchen where Steve is sat at the table, it doesn't really occur to Steve to find it strange. Not even when Loki calls him 'darling' and bends down to brush his lips against Steve's cheek as he passes.
Well, all right, maybe he does find that a little weird.
But not as weird as the fact Loki's spent the past six months kidnapping him for no reason other than he's friends with Thor.
Title: Golden Heart, Silver Tongue
Type: Victorian AU, slash romance
Characters/Pairings: past Loki/Tony; Thor/Loki; all other Avengers appear, plus other characters from Captain America (2011)
Summary:When Loki takes his daughter and runs to the industrial town of Midgard, it turns out that Thor Odinson's mill is holding up just about as well as Loki's marriage. Of course, that doesn't mean they're going to get along.
Title: "shorter than the day" or "a long parting"
Type: gennish slash, adventure, movie-verse
Characters/Pairings: Steve/Tony, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Coulson
Warnings: nothing other than Tony's Issues. Or other characters' Issues, capital "I"s intentional.
Summary: All of the Avengers lose the powers and skills they are famed for. Thor can no longer lift his hammer. Clint can't hit the broad side of a barn. Natasha pulls a muscle every time she so much as stretches. Steve is a skinny little thing again. Tony is no longer a genius. If you make Bruce angry the only thing he becomes is a ticked off science nerd. And to top things off, there's a new group of villains lurking around -- the mysterious Black Council.
Title: I Am Not A Robot
Characters/Pairings: Tony/Steve, brief hints of Thor/Loki
Warnings: major focus and serious discussion of consent issues (no actual dub-con/non-con)
Summary: Based on a prompt but modified for maximum angst. Stark Industries specializes in human robots, from the relatively inexpensive, basic needs models (house sitters/cleaners, living assistants, nannies, etc.) to the moderately expensive, modified purpose models (bodyguards, substitutes for human workers in dangerous working conditions, etc.), to the ridiculously expensive luxury models (dating/romantic/sex partners). All of the Stark Industries robots are intelligent, but not truly sentient. Tony Stark, the young owner and head designer for Stark Industries who is famously inept at all meaningful and healthy human interaction, is personally commissioned by a very strange, very intense man named Mr. Laufeyson, who wants a luxury model capable of making a Greek god jealous (or Norse god, in this case). When Tony creates Model R-15751819 (or ROGERS, for short), things go pretty smoothly until it starts developing quirks, like asking for a first name, making Tony meals late at night without being ordered to, and developing a taste for the Turner Classic Movies network. Things go downhill from there.
Title: The Still Point of the Turning World
Characters/Pairings: Thor, Loki, Odin, Laufey
Summary: After an inglorious defeat at the hands of Asgard, Laufey seizes the opportunity for revenge when the opportunity arises to kidnap Odin's only son. He does not, expect, however, for his own son to take such a liking to the young Thor - or for one touch of Loki's hands to turn Thor Jotunn blue. The two grow together, reigning beloved and terrible in Jotunheim, until one day a delegation from Asgard arrives to tear everything apart. Now, to prevent war, Thor must leave everything he knows to join a people who mistrust and fear him, while Loki deals with rebellion without his brother at his side - a war that grows to threaten Midgard as well. Now three realms hang on the bond between two false brothers, who must decide how their realms will stand or fall.